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Blarghour Farm Holiday Cottages
Blarghour Farm Holiday Cottages

You can expect family run self catering holiday cottages on our mountain farm by Loch Awe amidst a few of the scenery that is finest in Argyll. Blarghour provides a range of quality vacation that is scottish accommodation, very carefully managed, in circumstances of great beauty, which afford comfort, privacy and seclusion while being centrally situated for touring Argyll and beyond. The Cottages Barr-beithe Upper - sleeping 6 in 3 bedrooms. Set in a garden that is mature of and azaleas enjoying superb views across Loch Awe from its lovely sunroom, lounge and master suite. Barr-beithe Lower - resting 5 in 3 rooms South facing, enjoying wide sweeping views of Loch Awe, visitors can appreciate the ever-changing beauty of this loch from the sunroom that is roomy. Stable - sleeping 4 in 2 bedrooms, Stable affords an vista that is excellent Loch Awe from three full-length windows which open onto a terrace. The elegant lounge/diner is lit by seven full-length windows and features a spiral staircase that is handsome. Unsuitable for kids under five years. Barn - sleeping 2. Specially built to provide quality accommodation for 2 people with available plan area that is residing initial flooring General Information kids are welcome. We ask visitors to avoid cigarette smoking inside our cottages. Sorry animals are not accepted. There was parking that is sufficient each cottage. Patio furniture provided Short breaks offered from November to Mid-March The Farm Blarghour is a hill farm of 2,000 acres and home totraditional blackface that is scottish cross ewes and luing cattle. Hydro electricity is also generated from Allt Blarghour regarding the farm. The farm enjoysa outlook that is lovely Loch Awe with usage of the loch, andwaterfalls and old ruined settlements to explore. Nature & Walks Loch Awe, with Ben Cruachan during the mind associated with the loch, is 25 kilometers very long and also the freshwater loch that is longest in Scotland. The loch coast is fringed with forrest, woodland and farmland creating a varied habitat for wildlife such as for instance: Red squirrel Red deer Roe deer (frequently by the roadside later in the day light) Otter Pine Marten Golden Eagle Osprey (frequently seen fishing in the bay below Barr-beithe) Grouse Dipper (bythe shore and inburns) Common sandpiper Wagtails (pied and grey) Woodcock (winter) Swallows (summer) there clearly was a bird guide in each cottage and a nature journal you have got seen possibly from your own cottage orout walking so that you can record sightlings of things. Employing a boat on Loch Awe is an easy method that is fantastic be with nature. Things to See and Do Fishing on Loch Awe is by permit just and permits are available at the Farm. The countryside that is surrounding river fishing, climbing and hill-walking. Andthe Trossachs, Dunoon and Loch Eck, Oban, Crinan plus the Isles of Mull, Iona, Islay, Gigha and Arran,Inveraray Castle, and an 18th Century prison within effortless reach during a days exploringare: Glencoe, Fort William and Ben Nevis, Loch Lomond. Cruachan energy Station and scenic Glen Orchy, Crinan Canal and Kilmartin that is historic Glen.

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